Landmark office building (current consent for Education use) on a large site on the fringe of Peterborough City Centre and within close proximity of the central retail and leisure areas, mainline railway station and central bus & coach stations. The building is arranged over three floors and in three wings and has extensive parking areas as well as surplus land with potential for additional development. Suitable for a variety of uses (including residential conversion) subject to planning consent being obtained. To be sold freehold with vacant possession.
The property comprises a large vacant former church dating from the first half of the 20th Century.
The property is single storey being constructed of brick elevations under a pitched tiled roof with stained glass windows.
There is a single storey double garage attached to the southern elevation of the church of the Chapel of Ease.
The Chapel of Ease is of simple design with a large open nave with curved ceilings to a maximum height of approximately 12 metres and a number of side rooms leading off one corridor.
The site comprises undeveloped land to the rear of the United Reformed Church. The Church and Manse will remain.
The site is undeveloped as shown on the attached photographs and is roughly rectangular in shape.
A footpath which comprises a shortcut to the A54 underpass has been created over time and interested parties may wish to reflect this in their due diligence.
The site is irregular in shape with a frontage to Town Lane and Church End.
We are not aware that it has been previously developed and has most recently been occupied and used as an orchard.
It is currently unsurfaced with a mixture of grass land and trees.
The property comprises an original Church built in 1896 with a large extension constructed in the 1960’s.
The original Church is a traditional solid brick construction with a timber frame roof with slate tiles and benefits from single glazed windows in timber frames.
The 1960’s extension is of cavity brick and block construction with UPVC double glazed windows and pitched roof covered in a mixture of tile or bitumen or metal sheets. Both properties are heated via wall mounted radiators from gas-fired boiler systems.
Internally, the old Church comprises of a church hall with ancillary storage. The new extension is broken up offering an open church hall, meeting rooms, kitchen, male, female and disabled toilets.
Externally, there is a grassed area to the front with car parking to the rear on a tarmac surface for 15 to 20 spaces. To the rear there are some external buildings being a scout hut of timber and brick work construction with metal clad roofing and prefab style garages.
Detached Modern Office Block With Development Potential.
The property comprises a modern two storey office block under a tiled roof providing both open and private accommodation over two floors. The accommodation benefits from carpeted flooring, plastered finishes, gas central heating and double glazed windows with roller shutter security to the ground floor. Ancillary kitchen and toilet facilities are divided out. Externally the property has a private patio area and a surfaced car parking area. The premises also has the advantage of solar panels installed on the roof – further information available on request. The property is suitable for its current use as well as lending itself to potential uses (STP).